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live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> straight ahead, a monday night meltdown, highlights and reaction from the botched game at fedex field. good morning, washington. thanks for joining us. what a disaster. i am alison starling. >> i am scott thuman. we will have more on that big loss a little later. we begin with traffic and weather. checking with lisa baden. first, meteorologist adam caskey. foggy and rainy situations.
x a dreary day is in store. let's look at live triple doppler radar on this tuesday morning. from front will always eastward to the beltway and from the southwest to northeast. moderate showers just west of fredericksburg. rain off and on all day today. upper 40's to nearly 50 degrees right now. temperatures will climb all-day and all-night, topping out notes in the upper 50s. most of the range should be between 1:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. it will be a wet morning commute. there is no road work. slippery. coming out of the neighborhoods, the roads are wet. on the key bridge in both directions, where traffic slowly
getting through in both directions. on the right side, inbound and outbound, the activity should be wrapping up shortly. back to you. >> thank you. some other news we have been falling, more arrests. it may not be over yet. a political scandal the region has not seen in decades. >> 3 prince george's county police among those arrested monday. they face extortion and drug trafficking charges. >> monday night county executive electrician and baker called a press conference in the wake of a corruption scandal that has rocked prince george's county. >> these are not saturdays. >> high-profile elected officials in trouble.
>> i do not want to speak to that. >> investigators arrested nine additional people if including three police officers. >> these individuals are bad people. >> two of them are accused of being involved in a tobacco and alcohol smuggling ring. another officer faces gun and drug charges. >> these cases have one important feature in common, the alleged that police officers violated the trust of the people of prince george's county. they committed serious violations. >> prosecutors will not go into specifics, but they say both cases are related to friday's arrest of pat johnson and his wife on witness tampering and destruction of evidence. johnson returned to work monday, despite the allegations against jim. >> we are feeling well and we will move forward. >> his successor was quick to
remind residents that he will keep his promises. >> what we are focused on are the needs of the people of prince george's county. it is the beginning of the end for chandra levy murder trial. after three weeks of testimony, jurors will hear closing arguments today. courtney robinson is live in northwest. good morning. >> good morning. we expect to hear closing arguments today. it could be in the hands of the jury afterwards. we don't know how long this will take. the jurors will consider two counts facing ingmar guandique. those two counts of first-degree murder. he initially faced nine charges, but prosecutors dropped seven charges yesterday. the defense rested its case, saying the prosecution had no physical evidence. the defense called a former
cellmates, an admitted going member -- gang member, to counter the star witness who claimed ingmar guandique told him that he attacked chandra levy during that cellmates said that he never ordered ingmar guandique admitted to killing chandra levy. that was from a closed circuit camera from prison. coming up in the 5:00 hour, we will give you a look at evidence that the court has released, including a voicemail message left by former congressman gary condit on chandra levy's voicemail just days after her disappearance. live from northwest, courtney robinson. this morning, authorities are still looking for the mother who left a newborn outside springfield church. the infant girl was found
outside st. raymond's catholic church early sunday morning. the baby will be just fine, but they are concerned about the mother's well-being. to make sure that she -- because she did not have medical assistance when she gave birth. the man charged in the fourth good mass shooting, the trial has come to an end. the attorney called no witnesses. they complained they have not received key government reports about the case. nidal hasan is accused of murders of 13 people and the shootings of 32 orders of durable. american soldier is among the latest casualties in the afghan war. the department of defense says the 28-year-old army specialist died last week when his unit was attacked by an improvised explosive device. he's from frostburg, md.. he leaves behind a wife and two children. we switchgear gears.
monday night was not just a terrible dream for redskins fans. >> they lost to the eagles. >> plank from about the 12 yard line. going downfield. he accelerates. >> the eagles did not stop until they had run up a monday night football record. the redskins were demolished. 59-28. >> these games do happen. we are embarrassed. as an organization and as. a football as we will respond accordingly. >> the team record is four and five. >> you don't see 59 points very often in a game. >> iso's lleyton 21-0.
tuesday morning, 4:40. the roads are wet this morning, especially the main arteries. it's raining throughout the region. it's fairly foggy in the areas where it's not raining. it will be like this until tomorrow. especially on 95. moving through the district right now and through gaithersburg. and distressing in gaithersburg. -- and moving through frederick and gaithersburg. highs in the mid to upper 50's this afternoon.
up to 1 inch of rain is possible. early morning showers tomorrow morning. otherwise, a lot of sunshine. slippery iota of the neighborhoods with believes -- with wet leaves. buckle down. there was police activity on the key bridge. that is wrapping up. a few flies in lights remain. in and out of georgetown and rosslyn, everything is quiet. let's look at maryland if to show you the pace of traffic. the pennsylvania avenue side of the beltway, and at andrews air force base and near fedex field. back to you. >> thank you. 4:42. 49 degrees. >> disturbing developments about the disappearance of a north carolina girl.
now the story from reagan national. >> [no audio] [unintelligible] here, but that's out if you touch my genitals, i will have you arrested. >> does have the nation's talking about what is appropriate and what is not. >> it's about privacy and personal rights. >> passengers go in and out of the screening area, many thinking about what happened to a san diego man when he refused to go through the body scanner. >> i told them i would not to go through the scanner. >> i don't think they go to touch your private parts. they are doing their job. >> there is a way to approach the public and be sensitive to what the public is
experiencing. >> there's been an internet campaign now, urging passengers to refuse the body scanning process on the day before thanksgiving. some passengers are looking and scanning and pat-downs as a necessary evil. >> i don't see any recourse, after 9/11. >> this has become an internet sensation. response to the protests of body scanning all around the world. looking at the day ahead, we will get an idea what the roads and the skies will look like this thanksgiving and the aaa releases its the "travel forecast" later this morning. whether driving or flying this thanksgiving .
the washington archbishop will go to rome. >> religion impacts everything we do. we should never diminish religious freedom. >> greta kreuz is at the national conference in baltimore. he is one of two cardinals from the u.s. and he will be officially elevated during a special ceremony at the vatican. congress is back in session during there's a lot of work to be done. lawmakers have to approve a spending bill to fund the government and they will take a measure to extend possibly the bush tax cuts and to provide long-term assistance to the unemployed and will pick up a weapons treaty with russia. a house panel will discontinue deliberations on whether charles frankel violated ethics rules. if the panel concludes that he broke house rules, he will likely face misconduct.
-- charles rangel. court documents reveals of baker's killer dismembered her. a prosthetic leg was found. her stepmother lisa baker has been in jail on charges related to the child's death. today president obama will honor an army staff sergeant in the first living soldier to earn the medal of honor since the vietnam war. the 25-year-old is receiving the medal for his action in october of 2007 in afghanistan. he repeatedly ran into enemy fire to save american lives and rescued a fellow soldier from the taliban. 4:49 on this tuesday morning. arch campbell has a sneak
going to be. >> looking forward to spring again. tomorrow will be sunny overall. breezy. 49 right now in and a bundle. almost .3 inches of rain. -- 49 degrees right now in and a bundle county. -- anne arundel county. there's been rain in gaithersburg this morning. areas of rain lingering through tonight and tomorrow morning. hite today of 56. gusty wind on wednesday, 62 degrees. interstate travel looks
good, beltway travel is good. no major problems at all. there's no roadwork to clear out. the rain kept them away. if there was activity on the key bridge. let's take you to a geico camera on the other side of town. that is the beltway closed 2 arena drive. everything is settled down in this portion of town. there are still cleaning up. will go to the key bridge, they are cleaning up police activity. a couple of lights remain for traffic from rocklin. traffic in and out of georgetown is unscathed. back to you. >> thank you. 4:54 on this
i love watching them. i know you are a big fan of the show, but they are so good together. down to the final four couples on dancing with the stars on abc. they performed a ballroom dancing and latin dancing. we will find out tonight who will be voted off the show. >> we do what it at my house sold, but my wife is a bigger fan. we have a sneak peak this morning of the big november
event. a few "harry potter" fans got a first look last night. arts campbell has the early review. >> astronomer he gets. >> only the first half of the movie does he get stronger. the conclusion does not arrive until next summer. the audience loved what they saw and cannot wait to see the rest. >> i thought it was beautiful. i thought it was visually beautiful. i was impressed. >> what about the length of it? >> it did not bother me. >> are you ready for the final? >> yes, i wish i did not have to wait so long. >> it is a popular series
alongside star wars and lord of the rings. a child to a story that captures the minds of children and adults -- a childhood story. it hits theaters on friday. arch campbell loved it. there's a lot more still ahead of in the next half hour. >> the redskins were defeated at fedex field. it was overrun for the first quarter ended. >> and corruption scandal, the latest from prince george's county in a live report. >> a soggy start to the morning drive. how long will the rain stick around? good morning washington at 5 begins right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. i am scott thuman. >> good morning, washington. i am scott thuman.